Last year, Chanel released The Monsieur de Chanel Caliber 1 watch, which was well received by luxury watch collectors. Following the release of the Caliber 1, Chanel introduces the Monsieur de Chanel Limited Edition in platinum. Powered by the same Caliber 1 movement, the platinum version isn't that much different to its predecessor in its build.

The most noticeable difference is the limited edition watch featuring a black enamel dial, giving it a luxury look. The movement is housed by a 40mm platinum case with a sapphire caseback, which beautifully showcases the inner workings of the watch. The new black dial is grand feu enamel, and shows the signature 240-degree retrograde minute display, subsidiary seconds, and a jumping digital hour display at six o'clock.

Last's year iteration was the first men's watch with an in-house produced movement. The Monsieur de Chanel is limited to a series of just 100 pieces and will retail for $63,000.

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